I need to obtain an answer to the following question. If you know it,
would be very much appreciated. I do not read this newsgroup often, so
messages posted here will likely be missed by me.
Can Windows NT act like an SCO UNIX dial-up server in the sense that people
on the network or people who dial-in to the network via a serial connection
can telnet to the Windows NT server and be presented with a simple
command-prompt interface? We do not want the overhead of a full graphical
interface, but we do want the shell to be running on the server (the client
is essentially a dumb terminal for all intents and purposes).
We currently have Windows NT 3.51 Server -- we can upgrade if necessary.
If Windows NT does not have this feature built-in, is there a third party
product that will do it? If it is not possible at all, how close can we
get to the functionality we want?
Migrating is a big step, and since we do not want to take that step
blindly, any help would be appreciated.